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Newton's Laws

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Newton?s Laws Sir Isaac Newton Newton?s First Law Gravity Force This picture demonstrates Newton?s first law as it shows an object at rest. The reason it is at rest however, is because there are balanced forces at work. The gravity is pulling the rocket down, but that force is counter-acted by the equal force created by the base, and therefore the ground on which the rocket sits. Obviously, there are other forces at work stopping the rocket from tipping over when pushed by things such as wind, such as the red tower.
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